About The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation’s Founders Ball
On Thursday evening, October 18, The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation will welcome friends and supporters at our signature fundraising event, one of the largest in Brooklyn! Since 1998 the Foundation has raised money to fund critical clinical advancements. Last year's Gala financed the Simbionix GI-BRONCH Mentor System, a tool that is used by residents and physicians to practice procedures as well as a transformative, hospital-wide patient education and entertainment portal that will serve every patient bed.
On October 18, we will celebrate 5 exceptional individuals who are making tremendous contributions to the community: Earl D. Weiner; Nelson Menezes, MD; David Schwartz of Slate Property Group; as well as Srinivas Kesanakurthy, MD and Samin Sharma, MD of the Brooklyn Hospital Center-Mount Sinai Heart Comprehensive Cardiac Care Program.
All guests will be feted royally at our cocktail reception and dinner and have fun at the Casino!
There has never been a more opportune time to partner with The Brooklyn Hospital Center. Thank you for visiting our pages and for your support which will enable us to deliver essential healthcare to one of the nation’s most complex communities. We work hard to ensure that each year’s event is memorable for all of our guests, see what Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Joe Namath said last year:
About The Brooklyn Hospital Center
The Brooklyn Hospital Center is a full-service hospital, providing quality healthcare to the greater New York area. As Brooklyn’s first hospital, we are proud to be a part of our diverse community. We offer state-of-the-art and individualized treatment for people of all ages.
About The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation
The Brooklyn Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that exists solely to uphold the vision and mission of The Brooklyn Hospital Center. TBHF supports the Hospital’s broad range of education and clinical programs which improve the healthcare delivery system in Brooklyn, all while complementing the work of The Brooklyn Hospital Center.